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Printable Maze Puzzles, Educational Mazes

Maze puzzle of Statue of Liberty

"Liberty Enlightening the World," New York (1886)

Amazeing Art™ mazes promote both structured and creative thinking, increase problem-solving skills, and are popular and fun. These puzzles have been published by HarperCollins, reproduced by the British Museum, featured on CBS and Fox television, and used in Ben & Jerry's commercials. They are great educational puzzles for home schooling or road trips and make unique presents for gifted and talented children.

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Mind-boggling mazes [with] enough loops and tangles to stump even the savviest of enthusiasts..."

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What is a maze? Is it simply an intricate network of passages? In the ancient world a maze was more than this: it was a place of "planned chaos," where order and disorder existed simultaneously. To those unlucky enough to be lost within, all is confusion. To those who can see its pattern from afar, however, the maze revealed its artistry and design.

On this site you can download free printable mazes, learn to draw mazes, buy fun and educational gifts, explore the history of mazes and labyrinths, and more:

Maze puzzle of a stone sculpture depicting the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten.

The Tomb of Tutankhamun—Howard Carter's Diary Entry

Sunday, November 26, 1922

"Feverishly we cleared away the remaining last scraps of rubbish on the floor of the passage, until we had only the clean sealed doorway before us. After making preliminary notes, we made a tiny breach in the top left-hand corner to see what was beyond. Darkness and the iron testing rod told us that there was empty space. Perhaps another descending staircase, in accordance to the ordinary royal Theban tomb plan? Or maybe a chamber?

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The Pyramids likewise surpass description, but the Egyptian Labyrinth surpasses the Pyramids."

—Herodotus, Greek historian, 5th century BC

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